The year 1999 marks the beginning of Talmon's activity as a conductor. Having been coached by well-known conductors Talmon launched his career by conducting Israel's finest orchestras such as the Israel Philharmonic, Israel Symphony Rishon-LeZion and Jerusalem Radio Symphony.
Since 2001 Mr. Talmon has been in charge of the Grand Symphonic Series and mostly works in Israel. Nevertheless the famous conductor is regularly going abroad: Numerous appearances is Sala Verdi with Orchestra Sinfonica d’Italia kicked off is appearances abroad followed by numerous concerts. Talmon has already appeared in some of the most prestigious concert halls, nevertheless he is making future plans for appearances in various locations, such as concert hall in Vienna and Carnegie Hall, New-York.
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